Banning Rocks!

Well, in it’s own way, yes, and it has lots of rocks.  Having been a quarry, there is evidence of quarrying activity everywhere.  There are piles of rock scattered about which are called spall piles, and larger rocks make for bigger piles and you can spot the grooves which are the marks of the churn drills.  Although I didn’t see any running water above the cliff, there must be a lot of seepage to create the ice falls.  A brief moment of sunshine aided me in capturing the imprint of the small trees near the rock face.

 

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